Afternoon report for June 16, 2013

* A misspelling on the dugout at the “Colllege” World Series. (
* Edward Snowden “chose to go to someone who had a clear point of view,” says New York Times managing editor Dean Baquet. (
* Veteran SF Bay Guardian editor Tim Redmond is out after a dispute over staff cuts. ( | Redmond: They said my resignation was accepted, but I never resigned. (
* James Fallows interviews the author of NYT Magazine’s eyebrow-raising “Plane Was About to Crash” piece. (
* Warren Buffett’s newspaper guy: I don’t buy that the printed newspaper will be history in a few years. (
* NBC News says farewell to science correspondent Robert Bazell. (He’s headed to Yale.) (
* Former Times-Picayune society writer Steven Forster joins the Baton Rouge/New Orleans Advocate. (
* Jessanne Collins writes an ebook about her days as a Playgirl editor. ( | Salon’s Q&A.
* The Atlantic launches The Atlantic Weekly, a digital publication that will come out on Friday afternoons. (Atlantic release)
* A heavy metal band’s song titled “Anderson Cooper” mentions the anchor’s “stern look” and ability to stay composed. (
* Thanks for putting me on your must-read list, Prof KRG! (